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Daily Recap – June 10, 2021


Julio Jones made his first appearance on the practice field for Tennessee today, appearing at the team’s OTAs today to do positional drills. Here are some clips of Jones in his new uniform.

Julio Jones also made his first media appearance after practice today. Jones expressed excitement to start a new chapter in his career, and described the camaraderie as being similar to what he experienced at Alabama. When asked about sharing the ball, Jones said he’s never been a stats guy. For those questioning Jones’ health, he said to stay tuned.

Jones’ session starts at about the 41:25 in the clip below.

Mac Jones addressed the New England beat today as well. Jones said that he’s making progress, described Cam Newton as an awesome mentor (who also has nicknamed him “Mac and Cheese.”), and that his biggest adjustment from college has been establishing a new routine.

Dont’a Hightower, who is arguably the heartbeat of the New England Patriot defense, made his first appearance at the Patriots’ OTAs today, marking the first time he’s been on the field since opting out of the 2020 season.

The European Tour announced today that Justin Thomas and Jon Rahm, currently ranked 2nd and 3rd in the world, will play at the Scottish Open next month.

Henry Ruggs is ready for a fresh start in 2021.

Kenyan Drake envisions a “pick your poison” offense in Las Vegas this upcoming season.

On a team full of high-character guys, Ryan Kelly still stands out.

Lee Hodges (64, -8, T2) and Davis Riley (65, -7, T5) had opening round Top 5s at the BMW Charity Pro-Am today.

Eryk Anders shares his path from football to MMA, with all the jobs he held in between.

Merel Van Dongen appeared in her 50th international game today for Netherlands. Van Dongen played the full match in a 1-0 loss to Italy in an exhibition match.

Rodney Cooper hosted Erwin Dudley on the latest episode of Locker Room Talk with Coop. Episode will air Sunday afternoon.

Former Alabama adapted athlete Annika Zeyen, representing Germany, finished third in the team relay event at the UCI Para Cycling Road World Championships.


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Game Results


Italy 1, Netherlands 0.
Merel Van Dongen – no stats; played full match.


WAPT Oscar Williams Classic Rd 3:
Kenzie Wright – 74-69-72, -1, T12

Scandinavian Mixed Rd 1:
Camilla Lennarth – 73, +1, T111

Alabama State Amateur Championship Rd 1 completed:
JP Cave – 70, -1, T11
Stewart Whitt – 70, -1, T11
Jones Free – 71, E, T17
Jake DeZoort – 71, E, T17
Tyler Hitchner – 72, +1, T33
Ben Moody – 73, +2, T51
Ben Fuller – 82, +11, T144

Palmetto Championship Rd 1:
Robby Shelton – 72, +1, T75

BMW Charity Pro-Am Rd 1:
Lee Hodges – 64, -8, T2
Davis Riley – 65, -7, T5
Trey Mullinax – 69, -2, T84

LPGA MEDIHEAL Championship Rd 1:
Lauren Stephenson – 70, -2, T11
Emma Talley – 71, -1, T14
Jiwon Jeon – 74, +2, T67
Janie Jackson – 76, +4, T96
Cheyenne Knight – 77, +5, T113
Kristen Gillman – 77, +5, T113
Stephanie Meadow – 80, +8, T139


West Michigan 10, Lansing 0.
Cobie Vance (3B) – 0-2, 2 BB.

Peoria 4, Quad Cities 3.
Tyler Gentry (RF) – 0-4.

San Antonio 5, Midland 4.
Kyle Overstreet (DH) – 2-4, 2 singles, 2 RBI.

Corpus Christi 6, Amarillo 5.
Chandler Taylor (CF) – 0-4.

Stockton 14, San Jose 5.
Brett Auerbach (C) - 1-4, 1 single.


Pan-Cyprion National Championships
Women’s 200m:
Olivia Fotopoulou – 23.38 seconds, 1st  (personal best)

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